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Blogs / 22 FEB 2022

Cartus Leader Recognized as 2021 Real Estate Influencer by RISMedia

Morgan Snapp

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I’m so excited to see that our CEO, Katrina Helmkamp, was awarded the distinction of 2021 Newsmakers — Influencer/Thought Leader by RISMedia, and the honor is very well deserved!

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Katrina joined Cartus in the midst of our industry’s shedding of the old “traditional” way of approaching mobility. She jumped right in, creating new and innovative ways to think about and solve the pressing problems from a unique perspective. Over the last few years under her leadership, Cartus has really advanced into a very agile and innovative problem-solving machine. Our clients often come to us with ideas and concerns, and our teams are empowered to create solutions. Plus, we are backed by innovative technology that is ahead of the game.

During this COVID chaos, it’s been even more important to be a company invested in solution creation, and being backed by Realogy has allowed us to continue full steam ahead—pandemic or not. Realogy’s strong financial position and full support of our mission has allowed Cartus to continue to invest in our people and processes and continue to win market share. We also have synergies with the other members of the Realogy family—the nation’s top leaders in Real Estate—which help us to sell relocating employees’ properties faster, which results in lower costs to our clients.

From a female employee perspective, it is exciting to be a part of an organization led by strong, competent, and caring women (and men). Cartus truly celebrates diversity and rewards creative thinking. I can’t imagine working anywhere else!

Read the latest press release, celebrating Katrina’s and other Realogy leaders’ accomplishments.

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Morgan Snapp

Morgan Snapp has been actively involved in the mobility industry for over 10 years. She has filled a variety of roles including providing guidance for transferring families, overseeing a regional team providing relocation support, consulting with clients to create and enhance their programs, to serving as  current Vice President of the Rocky Mountain Relocation Council, along with active memberships in various other regional groups. She is also an adjunct professor, teaching supply chain and logistics to both undergrad and graduate students at Bellevue University.